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Drago - on 10 May 2019

Hi all we are heading to the lake district/north pennies  I a few months and am hoping to get out to do some bouldering we are still new to outdoors stuff so are looking for easy bouldering v4 max anyone have any recommendations of where we should be going 

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Carrock, St Bees, Fisherground

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Monk - on 10 May 2019
In reply to Drago:

As above, Carrock Fell is ideal for what you are after. 

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dunnyg - on 10 May 2019
In reply to Monk:

There is a new bouldering guide coming out very soon, which will definitely help you! Until you can get your hands on that, st bees is my favourite so far, but ive had a good day near Coniston too ad thpse sort of grades. 

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bouldery bits - on 10 May 2019
In reply to Monk:

> As above, Carrock Fell is ideal for what you are after. 

Bring your rough and tough skin but loads  for you at Carrock. 

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machine on 11 May 2019
In reply to Drago:

I would suggest purchasing some climbing guide books.

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liquid - on 11 May 2019
In reply to Drago:

Badger Rock and Kentmere

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Bendb - on 11 May 2019

Great thanks all will check them out

Don't really want to buy guide book for somwhere I'm not going to be going more than a few times

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Michael Hood - on 12 May 2019
In reply to Bendb:

As has been pointed out loads of times before...

We climbers are a funny lot, we spend loads on transport to get to our climbing but baulk at buying things like guidebooks unless we're going to get loads of use out of them.

(I include myself in this behaviour)

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Ehmarra - on 12 May 2019
In reply to Drago:

Go to lakesbloc website you can download the topos for free, all above board.Carrock, St bees, Honistor boulders(limited but great)are all good at lower-mid grades

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Michael Hood - on 13 May 2019
In reply to Ehmarra:

Just had a look at lakesbloc. You can't download everything because of the new guidebook that's coming out.

Some downloads are still available.

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